Anteadote Jasmine Tea Iced

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Anteadote is pure, unsweetened tea, made with fresh tea leaves, not concentrate. Unlike the bottled teas found in your grocery, Anteadote contains no additives or preservatives. Filtered water, tea leaves, and vitamin C are its only ingredients. The results are pure refreshment and an abundance of health benefits. If you are looking to increase your consumption of tea, Anteadote is the answer: Health benefits and great taste in one convenient iced tea package.

Ingredients: Purified water, organic Jasmine Chun Hao tea, ascorbic acid (antioxident), sodium bicarbinate (acidity regulator)

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Free sample with my last Adagio order.

I have experienced a lot of bad iced tea. Usually it’s pretty tasteless, or nauseatingly bitter restaurant stuff from mixes, bottled Snapple with flavors that seem artificial or with too sweet artificial sweetener, or my own pretty lame attempts at iced tea that never quite get the water ratio right.

On the other hand, I haven’t experienced that much good iced tea. As I sit here and think about it, I think the best iced tea experience I’ve had is Arnold Palmers at the Cheesecake Factory, and since they are half lemonade I don’t know that they really count.

So that may explain why I liked this even though it seems a lot of other people didn’t. Compared to my baseline, this is way good. :-)

No sweetener, but doesn’t need it. Nothing that tastes artificial, not weak, not bitter. The jasmine permeates the tea and is very flavorful. The tea has a chestnutty/waterchestnutty note to it that lingers in the aftertaste.

I’d drink it again over most iced tea I’ve had, but as I said, my experience is pretty limited when it comes to good iced tea.

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I was SO excited when I got their white tea as a free sample last year. I’m very hard pressed to find bottled unsweetened iced tea… but then they ruined it w/ citric acid! I wanted to cry. Since then I’m so leary to try their other ones.


This has vitamin C in it, but I don’t taste anything acidic and it doesn’t list citric acid as an ingredient, so I’m guessing it is safe.


Or maybe it was vitamin c. Idk whatever it was- it was bad. If I want vitamin C I’ll drink an orange flavored tea… or orange juice.


Heh, I guess that when you don’t add all the sugar and lemonade and other stuff, the flavor of the preservatives become obvious and it doesn’t taste good…kinda ironic/sad :)


It has Vitamin C, aka ascorbic acid. A lot of RTD teas can have that in them since it is used as a preservative.


Sugar and preservatives or vitamin c… what a choice. I’ll make my own thank you.:)


Auggy, ascorbic acid/citric acid same thing. Not in my tea thank you.


I think the Cha-Dao brand of RTD teas is one of the only that doesn’t have ascorbic acid/Vitamin C in it. (I have to watch out for it because it is usually from corn sugars and corn = evil for me.)


I always make my own so it’s so rare I even desire RTD.


And actually, ascorbic acid and citric acid are not the same thing.

Meghann M

Interesting reading about the differences between ascorbic acid and citric acid. Sounds like ascorbic acid is man made and citric acid is natural. Thanks for the info:)


I’m pretty sure vitamin C (ascorbic acid) it is tasteless without additional flavoring, whereas citric acid does have a taste. So I’m guessing the addition of vitamin C to this drink doesn’t affect the taste, which was where I was trying to go with the vitamin C comment. ;-)


Well by “same thing” I meant an additive in my tea that is NOT welcome.


Meghann, no problem! Just something I ended up having to learn about even though I didn’t want to! :)
Morgana, I’m pretty sure you are right in that Vitamin C/ascorbic acid is tasteless since I’ve never tasted that lemony taste in Adagio RTD teas that I have in ones that had citric acid instead. I guess a lot of companies use citric acid because it makes it like a lemon tea? Or am I just making stuff up?
Coffetea, just a misunderstanding with wording then.

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Try the Green AnTeadote, it is my favorite iced tea ever. I have been drinking it continuously for at least 5 years except for the few times they were out of stock. If not that the Ito En green is great too. I just prefer Adagio’s.

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THERE’S BAKING SODA IN THIS! (bare with me, only one more acclaimation to deal with lol). It just says “Jasmine Tea”- doesn’t say what the base is. That bothers me.

The jasmine is VERY strong and the combo of that w/ the vitamin C and baking soda gives it a bitter tastes. Unfortunately the jasmine doesn’t cover the bitter, weird, icky taste, but at least it helps distract me. It’s the worst jasmine tea I’ve had, but since all other jasmines I’ve had have been really good thus far, that really isn’t saying much. But at least I was able to finish (albeit not overly enjoy) the entire bottle. Will never buy again. Adagio’s “best” RTD tea which is really scary.


I forgot the last 2 inches in my bottle. It’s pretty warm now (it’s hotter than blazes in here)… and better! I’d probably give it a 60 this way.

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I’ve been curious about the unsweetened iced teas for a while now. I finally got around to purchasing a couple. Personally I do not like unsweetened tea, so I added some sugar to this. I didn’t entirely dislike it but it wasn’t my favorite either. The aftertaste was probably what I liked the most to be honest. At the same time I wouldn’t go so far as to say that I hated it. In the future I might try it again, just to see if my opinion will have changed.

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I really like the bottled Jasmine Tea from Adagio, and whenever it goes on sale I stock up. It’s VERY flowery, which I like, so jasmine fans should rejoice and try a bottle! Works double time as a refreshing drink and breath freshener :-p

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added some sugar and made it bearable, still has a nasty aftertaste though.

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Gross, gross, gross. I was stoked that Adagio gave me a free sample of this stuff in my 1st order. I would have been super pissy if I paid for this drink. Overly flowerly, horrible aftertaste…just yuck.

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